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Therapists in Bristol

Dr. Maria Thompson

Bristol, England

Dr. Maria Thompson

MSc, Post-MSc, and Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, University of Wolverhampton
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a HCPC registered Consultant Counselling Psychologist with 23 years experience of providing psychological and counselling services for Adults, Older Adults, Trainees, Supervisees, Professionals and Employees. I offer CBT, DBT, EMDR online or ‘in person’ at Trym Lodge for a wide range of issues. Gain assistance with issues such as: Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideation, Anger Management, Shame, Guilt, Interpersonal Stress, Work Related Stress, Infant Loss, PTSD and Complex Trauma, Historical Abuse and Trauma, Relationship Abuse, Sleep Disturbance, Relationship Issues, Pain Management, Personality, Eating disorders, Addictions and many more. Morning, Afternoon and Evening appointments are available in a Covid-19 secure environment.

Bristol, England
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Simon Chapman

Bristol, England

Simon Chapman

PG Cert in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, University of South Wales
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My practice is guided by over 20 years of helping people in difficult and often stressful situations. I have worked operationally in the Armed Forces; NHS; Police; and RNLI; as well as teaching in schools and a university. I bring the empathy, training and skills acquired from this extensive experience into my counselling.

Specialising in CBT, ADHD Support and Couples Therapy, I am able to assist with a broad range of individual and relational issues, including Anxiety and Phobias; Depression, Abuse and Trauma; Communication and Conflict Patterns.

I have significant experience of working with neurodiversity (particularly ADHD), understanding the challenges this can bring to our closest relationships, self-esteem, work and family life.

Bristol, England
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Selena Reid

Bristol, England

Selena Reid

MA in Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy, Middlesex University
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Finding the right therapist can be a daunting process. It is important for you to feel a positive connection with your therapist if you are to receive the most beneficial experience from Psychotherapy. I believe that the healer is within you, but understand that it is difficult for anyone to self-heal without support. My purpose is not only to assist you with the healing process but also to facilitate your change and growth and help you to naturally awaken your own life-supporting behaviours. If you feel that my approach resonates with you, please contact me to arrange an initial meeting.

Bristol, England
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